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Mediterranean Style Diet May Prevent Dementia

Mediterranean Style Diet May Prevent Dementia

Good news from research by GBHI Fellow Claire McEvoy: following the Mediterranean diet is linked to a 30-35% decrease in risk of cognitive impairment in older adults.

McEvoy presented the findings at the Alzheimer's Association annual meeting in London this week, which earned her the conference's Postdoc Poster Award. Her research was covered in CNN, CBS, the Guardian, Fortune, and Daily Mail.

Finished, But Not Done

Finished, But Not Done

Christopher G. Oechsli, President and CEO of The Atlantic Philanthropies, describes the ambitious Atlantic Fellows program to train a new generation of leaders to challenge persistent disparities and make improvements in the human condition across communities, countries, and continents.
 

Global Team to Fight Dementia Begins Pioneering Training Programme at Trinity

The four trainees from Ireland, Spain, and the Netherlands will be the first to graduate as Atlantic Fellows at GBHI in Ireland and will go on to be advocates and leaders in brain health, implementing programs throughout the globe to help prevent or lessen the impact of cognitive impairment. Their work spans key points across the prevention, diagnosis, assessment, and management arc of the dementia spectrum.